Business architecture is generating a lot of interest and attention recently, and for good reason as it helps companies bridge the strategy through execution gap by creating concise views and definitions of the business. It also allows IT to focus on best practice technology without having to “guess” what the business means, thereby enabling the company to focus on driving transformational change.
Today there are many ways to harness the power of data. You may be hearing the terms: Big Data, IoT, Data Analytics, Data Science, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Data Mining, Data Management and think where do I start?
CIOs know that in order to have a great IT strategic plan it must be aligned to business strategy. However, due to constantly evolving industry and marketplace trends, a company’s business strategy is constantly evolving too, and as a result IT strategic planning usually fails to keep pace.
En este post les compartimos el resumen de los temas que se trataron durante el webinar de las 3 líneas de Defensa para Gestión de Riesgos Operativos, Control Interno y Auditoría Interna.
En esta ocasión contamos con la colaboración de Marco Antonio Sanchez Macías, Director de Administración de Riesgos y Control Interno y de Beda Luz Iglesias, Senior Business Consultant MEGA Mexico and Latam Operations.